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Free cloud-based scRNA data analysis tool

The Cellenics platform is designed specifically for biologists. It provides automatic data processing, pre-loaded interactive plots, a point-and-click interface to fully explore your data, together with the option to customise and export publishable-quality figures. It's free for academic researchers. Learn more: https://www.biomage.net/ Get started with your analysis in Cellenics: https://scp...

Sequencing/Research and Development Technician

Grade UE06, £28,331- £32,816 College of Science and Engineering School of Biological Sciences, Institute of Evolutionary Biology Full time, 35 hours per week Open-Ended contract We are looking for an experienced scientist to join the laboratory team at Edinburgh Genomics. We are a leading academic core facility based at King’s Buildings Campus, providing Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) and...

Edinburgh Genomics, NBAF, and NEOF

In late 2020, NERC commissioned a new environmental omics facility . The new two node NERC Environmental Omics Facility (NEOF) is based at the Universities of Liverpool and Sheffield and replaces the current three node NERC Biomolecular Analysis Facility (NBAF) based at the Universities of Edinburgh, Liverpool and Sheffield. The general expectation is that most requests for genomic services for...

UKRI Innovation Scholars: Data Science Training in Health and Bioscience

Edinburgh Genomics is pleased to have joined a University-wide team that won UKRI funds to deliver a UKRI Innovation Scholars: Data Science Training in Health and Bioscience programme. Our training team will work with trainers from across the University to deliver training in statistics; open science, FAIR principles & data management; and Data science computing with workflows.

Edinburgh Genomics' Virtual PacBio Day 16th March 2021

Edinburgh Genomics (EdGe) and PacBio invite you to a Virtual PacBio Day on Tuesday 16th of March from 2pm . We’ll have some great talks from EdGe, PacBio, and from our collaborators Richard Kuo (Bioinformatician, Roslin Institute) and Mark Blaxter (Head, Tree of Life Programme, Wellcome Sanger Institute). About the Event This event provides you with the opportunity to hear from your peers about...

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